It isn’t just large state-owned Chinese companies that are making overseas acquisitions these days. Some entrepreneurs are showing impressive results. China Europe International Business School Prof. Klaus Meyer and WSJ’s Wei Gu discuss some of the pitfalls Chinese buyers should avoid.
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